Report on process requirements: COTECH D1.1.2

Mohammad Aminul Islam, Hans Nørgaard Hansen (Supervisor)

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This report represents the refined list of required COTECH convergence fabrication routes for industrial demonstrators. It summarises the potential materials to be used for the project COTECH and lists the manufacturing capabilities need to be obtained for successful realization of the planned COTECH demonstrators. The main objective of this report is to present a refined list of foreseen µ-fabrication processes to be used for COTECH demonstrator production. The summary of this report can be grouped as follows:  General description of COTECH industrial demonstrators  Step by step risk approach for each demonstrator  Process and material requirements  Challenges and expected improvements in COTECH process Besides the general introduction and conclusion each section of the report is dedicated to the process requirements for the production of a specific demonstrator, namely:  Section 2 Process requirements for innovative accommodable intra- ocular lens (BI)  Section 3 Process requirements for cheap substrates for artificial skin production (GEMA)  Section 4 Process requirements for innovative self-ligating dental brackets (EO)  Section 5 Process requirements for smart diagnostic chips comprising a microfluidic channel system (GBO)  Section 6 Process requirements for multifunctional integrated lighting rear lamp for cars (CRP)  Section 7 Process requirements for micro-Fresnel lenses for cell phone flash lights (HEPTAGON)  Section 8 Process requirements for 5 Pin Ric Connector for hearing aid instrument (PULSE)  Section 9 Process requirements for micro-cooling of electronic components (ATHERM)
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCOTECH administrator
Number of pages36
ISBN (Print)COTECH D1.1.2
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
SeriesCOTECH Deliverables


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